Momaya Press Supports Writers Worldwide

Announcing the newest Momaya proving ground for writers: The Momaya Poetry Competition.

The Momaya Poetry Competition is open to poets of any nationality writing in English and offers the opportunity for winners to be published in the Momaya Poetry Review 2018. This year’s theme is “LOVE.”

The Prizes:
First Prize: $100 (£70) and one copy of the Momaya Poetry Review 2018
Second Prize: $50 (£35) and one copy of the Momaya Poetry Review 2018
Third Prize:  $30 (£20) and one copy of the Momaya Poetry Review 2018
Up to 50 honourable mentions will be published in the review along with the top three poems.

We would love to read your own unique take on this universal theme. Don’t go breaking our hearts!

Submit your poem by 30 October 2018. 

 


Congratulations to the writers shortlisted in the Momaya Short Story Competition 2018

We received 132 entries and enjoyed reading the diverse range of responses to our theme “Coming of Age”.

A Lovely Ugly, Gwenda Mitchell
A Passing Front, Jane Fraser
After a Certain Age You Can Either Have Good Shoes or Good Feet, Jane Fraser
All we notice is… , Sandy Norris
Birthday Girl, Claire Barnard
Bits of Colored Glass, Carolann Malley
Boarding house, Camille Capriglione
Coming of Age, Margaret Morey
Free White Milk, Talya Boerner
From the Dining Room Table, Deborah Freeman
Good Fortune, Ellen J. Perry
Howl, Ellis Logan
Immortal Pudding, Ellis Logan
Life as a Series of Caves, Leon Davey
Life’s Body, Ashley Smith
Lucia and Her Search for Home, Olaya Barr
Mangoes, Karishma Jobanputra
My Father’s Court, Mark Farrington
Peyton Got His Gun, Tom Chambless
Snow Angels, Tatjana Mirkov-Popovicki
Sunbeams, Laura Muetzelfeldt
Swimming Middle River, Leah Holbrook Sackett
The Almadraba, Maia Jenkins
The Avocet, Clare Reddaway
The Cobbler’s Child, Martin Blayney
The Landmark, Diane Jackman
The Old Warm World,  Nick Jackson
The Point of Return, Mark Simpson
The Summoning,  Tushar Jain
These are the Things, Chris Connolly

Winners of the Momaya Short Story Competition 2018 will be announced on this website by the end of July. We are now accepting entries to the Short Story Competition 2019 on the theme “Trading Places”.

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